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Two type of family crises are? developmental and situational
Some common injuries in young athletes? weight training, full squats, power lifts
Three major areas of adolesant day is? ADL's, IADLS, Education
Metacognitive skills? think before, during, and after
Temporal Organization? orderly and logical sequencens of task steps; start to finsh
Adaption? abilty to anticipate, correct for, and benefit from the consequences of errors
Process Skills? allow transfer and adaption of previously learnes tasks to new environment
5 Steps to acquiring social knowledge? decode,interpret,search,select,take action
Rapport? girls
Define Rapport? the language of conversation and the way of connecting and negotiationg relationships
Report? boys
Define Report? gives information and directives
ICF activities & participation includes? learning, communication, mobility, self-care, interpersonal relationships
Dynamic Postural Stabilty? interaction of muscle strength, preception, and learning through practice
By 5 childern can run fluidly and kick a ball without stopping is? dynamic postural stabilty
Temporal Awareness? planning, sequencing, and altering movements
Jumming jacks, repetative motor activites such as bicycling, skipping rope, playing ?piano? temporal awareness
Size constancy? ability to recognize that an objects maintain a constant size even if their distance varies
Figuregound? ability to focus and locate an object embedded in a distracting background
Depth? ability to judge distances and recognize 3D
Movement? ability to detect and track a moving object
Types of Play? solitary, on-looker, parallel, assocaiative cooperative, fantasy, constructive
Solitary Play? to play independently
On-Looker Play? child who watches other children play
Parallel Play? playing in the same vicinity as another child, and are engaged in similar activites
Associative Play? following one another around in lines borrowing and demonstrating toys
Cooperative Play? social interaction in a group
Consrtuctive Play? making or building things
Negativism around 18mths to express autonomy such as repeating the word no, hitting, bitting, kicking, tantrums
Hand Preferance consistent choice of the same hand for complex skilled task, established at age 4
Tactile defensiveness occurs when a child reacts w/protective or aviodance responses to what should be nonthreating
Visual pursuit slow smooth movement such as gaze
Seraching for something in reading visual scanning
Viedo game and tennis eye-hand coordination
When both the person and target are static static visual acuity
Walking along a line Perceptual motor skill
Perceptual motor skill throwing a ball at a target
Climbing in a playground Perceptual motor skill
Cylindrical, Spherical, Hook, Lateral prehension is what type of grasp Power
Tripod, Lateral Prehension, pincer is what type of grasp Precision
pincer grasp precision
lateral prehension power & precision
power grasp hook grasp
cylindrical grasp power grasp
spherical grasp power grasp
calibration is the judement of force, speed, and directional control when attempting a task
Postural Stability ability to keep body balanced and aligned
Flow smooth fluid movement
Body is still during sitting or standing static postural stability
Family ability to plan change and work together when change and stress occur adaptability
when a infant and caregiver develop an attachment concurrently bonding
bonding kissing, cuddling, stroking
classificaton of attachment behavior secure, avoident, insecure
the ability to maintain the body position postural conrol
to hold a quiet position static
to maintain alignment during movement dynamic
postural stability both statically and dynamically balance
process of brining the body parts into alignment righting
Rolling, sitting unsupported gross motor
repeat interesting sounds, engage in outright laughter cognitive language middle infancy
pad of thumb and the side of the index finger lateral pincer grasp
Emotional being, shows anger and fear personal-social late infancy
clear babbling, mama dada cognitive language late infancy
neonate shows refelxive behaviors suck, swallow, gag
First year of life (birth-3mths) early infancy
First year of life (4-6mths) middle infancy
First year of life (7-9mths) late infancy
First year of life (10-12mths) infancy transition
apgar scale measures breathing, muscle tone, reflex, skin, heart beat
First organ to develop heart
Last organ to develop lung
Smallest cell sperm
largest cell ovaum
downward pressure on tongue should produce sucking movement suck-swallow
elicited by touch to the posterior half of the tongue gag
associated with feeding stimulus is to stroke on either side of the infants cheek infant should turn their head rooting
righting reaction permit the infant to change positions such as rolling labyrinthine
startling reflect sudden movement head dropped back arms abduction moro
upper and lower limbs face the side that the head is turned to asymmetrical tonic neck
deep sleep no eye movement difficult to arouse behavioral state I
active rem, startles movements but settles down quickly behavioral state II
from sleep to wakefulness one eye open infant appears to rouse but then goes back sleep behavioral state III
quiet alert optimum behavioral state for evaluation visually attentive and establishes social relationships and early learning behavioral state IV
active alert eyes open body movements interfere with sustained attention behavioral state V
Last sensory to come in infant vision
first sensory to come in infant hearing
smell, taste, touch sensory development in a newborn
Created by: rrainford